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Sunday, March 17, 2019

RAREST Dog Breeds In The World!

Check out the RAREST Dog Breeds In The World! From the most expensive dogs to some of the weirdest looking dogs, this top 10 list of amazing pets in the world will surprise you! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "REAL Mermaid Sightings Around The World!" video here: https://youtu.be/ChM0CBRmVsM Watch our "10 Sea Monsters ATTACKING A Boat!" video here: https://youtu.be/0XROvoPCDNc Watch our "STRANGEST Animals People Keep As Pets!" video here: https://youtu.be/OMa96nPqz-Y 11. Puli You might mistake this small dog for an ordinary wet mop, and its fur, for dreadlocks; but this cute little guy is a skilled cattle herder. The breed has been herding sheep in Hungary for over 1000 years! But there is much debate as to where they actually came from, with some believing they came from central Asia, with the Magyar invaders from Siberia and India. 10: Fila Brasileiro Also called the Brazilian Mastiff, the Fila Brasileiro is a dog breed indigenous to Brazil. It’s known for its hatred of strangers, and aggressive tendencies, but it’s very loyal and protective of its owner which is why they are excellent guard dogs. They will protect their owner, family members and family pets once they understand they are part of its pack. 9: Azawakh Don’t let the slender appearance of the Azawakh fool you. It might be gentle and affectionate, but it’s also an energetic, strong guardian dog. The breed comes from the Azawagh Valley in West Africa, where it was traditionally kept by the nomadic Tuareg people, who inhabit the vast Sahara region. It belongs to the sighthound family, which consists of canine sprinters that depend on their blazing pace to hunt their prey. 8: Otterhound The Otterhound is considered one of the most endangered dog breeds in the world today. There are only about 1000 of them worldwide. These dogs were bred in Britain as far back as the 1100’s. They originally hunted in packs and as their name suggests, they were bred specifically to hunt otters which at the time, were a menace. 7: Mudi The Mudi is a herding dog from Hungary. Usually bred for farms, they are incredibly versatile and smart! They are known for being able to herd even the most stubborn livestock. They have wavy and curly hair and a long nose and can come in a variety of colors. 6: American Foxhound The American foxhound is one of the oldest dog breeds in the United States, and may even be the first dog breed developed in the states. In the 1600’s several were brought over to the American colonies from England and George Washington himself was a known breeder of fox hounds. 5: Lagotto Romagnolo The lagotto romagnolo dates back to the 1400’s in Italy and was bred as a water retriever for the marshes of Romagna. It was also known as a gundog and their sense of smell makes them very helpful in looking for truffles, the most expensive food in the world!! They are often shown in many paintings from the Renaissance era and while there might not be many around the world, they are near and dear to Italy! 4: Swedish Vallhund The Swedish Vallhund is a small and long herding dog that is energetic and playful, like its Corgi cousins. Historians believe that they were bred 1200 years ago to herd livestock and move them over long distances. These little Viking dogs are tough and what it lacks in size, it makes up for in self-confidence and courage. 3: Thai Ridgeback The Thai Ridgeback is a muscular dog known for being tough and energetic. It’s originally from Thailand, where it was bred as a hunting dog that could kill dangerous prey such as wild boar and cobras. Thai Ridgebacks also escorted carts and has been used for home security and as guard dogs for many years. The breed has remained unchanged for hundreds of years due to their geographic isolation. 2: Caucasian Shepherd Dog Also called the ‘Russian Bear Dog,’ the Caucasian shepherd dog is a powerful canine that is giant!! It descended from the ancient Caucasian Mountain dog, a lineage that is believed to go back 2,500 years! Males are larger and more powerfully built than females. A male can weigh as much as 200 pounds (90kg), and stand at 70 cm! 1: Norwegian Lundehund Also called the Puffin Dog, this ancient breed was developed to hunt puffins, which are small seabirds that obtain their food by diving for fish in the ocean. From the Viking Age to modern times, puffins have been sought for their meat, feathers, and eggs. But puffin hunting is difficult because the birds build nests on small shelves edged on steep coastal cliffs, and in rock crevices. Origins Explained is the place to be to find all the answers to your questions, from mysterious events and unsolved mysteries to everything there is to know about the world and its amazing animals!

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